Health & Safety Resources

Seminole ISD is working to ensure a safe and productive learning environment for all. You will notice new and enhanced safety measures including signage promoting disease mitigation, increased cleaning, readily available hand sanitizer throughout the campuses, and operational adjustments to promote social distancing when feasible. Students and staff will also go through training on Seminole's new health protocols and strategies to prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19. 
The plan follows recommendations for school opening and operations provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Texas Education Agency, and state and local health officials.
Tasha Garcia HS Counselor [email protected]
Stacey Spradlin HS Counselor [email protected]
LaRissa McAlpine HS College and Career Counselor [email protected]
Andrea Kissick Elementary Counselor [email protected]
Mikka Gutierrez Primary Counselor [email protected]
Shalea Addison F. J. Young Counselor [email protected]
Shan Cavazos JH Counselor [email protected]
Rachel Carter JH Counselor [email protected]
Chrystal Richardson Success Center Counselor [email protected]

Vaccine Schedule

covid 19 vaccine clinic

Public COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

September 20th

9 am to 12 pm

Seminole High School

Students between the ages 12 to 17 must have parent consent.


  • SISD will work closely with local providers to provide information about upcoming vaccination sites.
  • COVID-19 Vaccines will not be required of staff and students.
Please complete this confidential form if you would like to get in contact with a Seminole ISD Campus Counselor.
Seminole High School | Counseling Appointment Form
Seminole High School | Request for College Day Form
Seminole High School | GPA/Class Rank Request Form
Name Services Available Contact information
Mental Health Crisis Hotline Suicide hotline- they will contact the local MHMR office 1-800-375-4357
Gaines Co. Mental Health Center West Texas Center Local MHMR office 432-758-4028
Texas Youth Hotline Caring voice & sympathetic ear for children, teens, & parents call 800-989-6884 text 512-872-5777 or chat by going to
211 Assistance in finding food, paying bills, or other essential services Dial 211,
911 Medical emergency Call 911
Safe Place of the Permian Basin Domestic Violence 1-800-967-8928 or
South Plains Public Health District Primary health care, women's health, and family planning, & more 704 Hobbs Hwy. 432-758-4022
WIC Nutrition program for women, infants, and children 700 Hobbs Hwy 866-907-0080
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) information about COVID-19